Brilliant KNUST Past Student Successfully Bags PhD At Young Age of 27 From Monash University in Australia

Brilliant KNUST Past Student Successfully Bags PhD At Young Age of 27 From Monash University in Australia

  • A Ghanaian man who completed Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology has successfully gained his PhD at Monash University
  • Christian Dzuvor's program was focused on Engineering Protein-based Supramolecular Nanomaterials as Alternative Antibacterial agents
  • The 27-year-old latest 'Doctor' thanked his university and supervisors for the opportunity he was given and their mentorship

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Christian Dzuvor, a past student of Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology has recently taken to social media to share his latest feat.

The post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the LinkedIn timeline of the young man had him sharing that after three years he has successfully completed his PhD program.

Past KNUST student become bags doctoratedegree at 27 years
Christian in his labcoat posing for the camera Photo credit: Christian Dzuvor/LinkedIn
Source: UGC
"After 3 years of #intensive Lab research in a pandemic, I submitted my PhD thesis today"

The program focused on Engineering Protein-based Supramolecular Nanomaterials as Alternative Antibacterial agents to address a slow-motion pandemic (antibiotic resistance) looming nearby for the first time.

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Christian also shared that during his time of studies, he co-authored six top papers, one book and over 650 citations.

In an interview with YEN.com.gh, Christian opened up about some of the practices that made his PhD a success;

"Being very intentional about my studies has helped me a lot. I knew what time in the day I had to study and I made sure I did just that. I also did a lot of research about my program of studies and never hesitated to ask questions anytime I had one.
For me, the ultimate reason behind my success is my walk with God. I'm a Christian and I always sought for the leadings and directions of God"

The 27-year-old went ahead to thank his university, Monash University for making his studies possible and expressed his gratitude to his supervisors for their guidance and mentorship.

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Some of the kind comments on his post has been highlighted below;

Paul Kojo Azitse commented:

Dear Christian, what a great news! Congratulations on your hard-earned PhD. Yes, indeed you did want Napoleon could not do. Finishing your PhD within three years a great achieve. There is no doubt in my mind that you will be one of the eminent scientists in your research area. I can’t want to see the innovative and excellent results of your future research.

Patrick Oko Quaye replied:

Congratulations my friend. Super proud of you Now let’s go make greater impact across the length and breadth of the world. Well deserved Doc.

From Lawrence Darkwah:

Congratulations, Christian. Looking forward to your greater uplifts! Keep your head high up and steady. More grace and life to you!

Deborah Louisa Narh Mensah commented:

Awesome! You've really done "what Napoleon couldn't do". All the best in your next chapters

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Joseph Boachie PhD wrote:

Super Super excited for the great exploits... Thanks for making all of us proud!!!! SALUTE !!!

26-Year-Old Young Man Celebrates Successfully Bagging A PhD

Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that an overjoyed young man recently took to social media to celebrate accomplishing a huge milestone in his life.

The post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the LinkedIn timeline of Nnanna Ukoji had him sharing that at just 26 years, he has successfully completed his PhD journey which was focused on investigating the behaviour of materials under extreme conditions such as high temperature and pressure, to help enrich knowledge of chemical and structural properties.

According to him, the 46 months journey to earning the Dr title was not a smooth one as it came with many ups and downs including losing his father.

Source: YEN.com.gh

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